This post explores the collaboration needed between mechanical and electrical engineers to incorporate electronics into modern smart, connected products.
Electronic Board System Design
ANSYS Electronic and Electromechanical Simulation Solutions
This post reviews ANSYS’ simulation platform for electronics and electrical systems, including Electronic Desktop, HFSS, SIwave, and Maxwell.
Mentor’s Xpedition: Enterprise Multi-Board Design
Mentor’s Xpedition is a software suite for electronic systems and circuit board design. This post details its capabilities and associated benefits.
Altair HyperWorks: Expert Electrical Analysis
Altair HyperWorks is a suite of analysis tools for simulation experts. This post reviews this solution in the context of electrical and electronic design.
4 Tips to Engineer Smart Connected Products
For some, the IoT era represents a tremendous opportunity. For others, it is a significant threat. Either way, almost every company is trying to figure out how to engineer smart connected products. You can slap some sensors on your product and start streaming terabytes of data, but that doesn’t equal success. This post provides four tips on …
Mentor’s Capital: Enterprise Electrical Design
Mentor’s Capital Platform is a software suite for electrical systems and harness design. This post details its capabilities and associated benefits.
Zuken’s CR-8000: Enabling Multi-Board System Design
Zuken’s CR-8000 is a software suite for electronics engineering, including multi-board system design. This post details their capabilities and advantages. Over the course of the past couple of years, I’ve been digging deeper and deeper into system engineering. Very frequently, that means using methodologies to deal with the complexities of designing across multiple engineering disciplines. …
You Might Not Know It, But You’re Designing Systems
Does your company need system engineering? That’s a basic question that an increasing amount of companies are starting to ask themselves. No organization can afford to really ponder these kinds of questions without some motivation. No, there’s a reason they are becoming introspective in this way: there are some serious implications of failed system-level prototypes. …